Monthly Archives: April 2010

Welcome to the Pope

The leaked memo from the Foreign Office on the Popes visit to the UK is either one of its biggest blunders or could be thought deliberate to placate those who oppose the Popes preachings. The Catholic Church has had some … Continue reading

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Ireland and Greece Euro economies gone bad

The people of Ireland and Greece are suffering in the Euro. The Irish have taken their medicine on the chin while the Greeks are reluctant to accept it. In both cases it isn’t clear why the countries are in the … Continue reading

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Nick Clegg superstar, do you think you are who you say you are

Three days after the leader’s debate the pollsters are saying Nick Clegg is the leading leader.  Who is this man? Born in Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire in 1967 and went on to one of Britains leading public schools, Westminster School. Then to Cambridge to study … Continue reading

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Leaders Debate on ITV

Well done, the debate was a success. Seems to be a consensus that Clegg, Cameron and Brown was the order of success, yet in reality there was no outright winner and no  outright loser and two more debates to go. That Nick … Continue reading

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National Insurance increase deceit or not

Disappointing that the biggest issue in week 1 of the election campaign is a 1% increase in National Insurance included in the budget and rejected by the Conservatives. That over 50 top business leaders came out saying they were against … Continue reading

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